🎧Work Me Up from Julie Kriss🎧

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Baseball player. Single dad. Hot mess. No woman has ever tamed him…until now.

Everyone knows Ryan Riggs – everyone who follows minor league baseball, that is. He’s the player with the hair-trigger temper, the bad shoulder, and the smoking-hot looks. He’s also a single dad in need of a nanny – which makes him my new boss.

Simple.

Except for one thing: We had a one-night stand five years ago. We’re trying to be professional. But it was one of the best nights of my life, and the more I work with him, the more I’m thinking about a repeat.

He’s battling his demons, and I might be the only one who can help him win. He’s impossible. He’s unforgettable. He’s unwinnable. Looks like I have my work cut out for me…

 

🎧Review🎧

Ryan is a minor league baseball player who has been injured and it isn’t healing as quickly as he would like. Trying to balance the rehabilitation as well as looking after his son has become difficult so he decides to hire a nanny.

Kate isn’t sure what she wants to do with her life but when the opportunity to be the nanny for Ryan’s son comes up it will give her more time to decide what it is that she really wants to do. The only complication is that she and Ryan had a one night stand five years ago.

When Ryan can no longer postpone the end of his career he decides to return to Westlake and work with his brothers at their automobile repair shop and he wants Kate to come with him. Will they be able to keep their relationship strictly business or will this be their second chance?

I enjoyed both these characters. Ryan comes across as a self confident playboy but the truth is so much different while Kate isn’t sure why he would be interested in someone like her. I received a complimentary copy of the audiobook and thought that the narrators were a perfect choice for these characters.

 

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